ROBERT PATTINSON'S 13 BEST HAIRSTYLES AND HAIRCUTS

Rob was born in the UK, and like a lot of celebrities he had a little bit of a helping hand back in the day thanks to his mum working for a modelling agency. An Englishman through and through, he's done some theater, probably some pantomime too, and apparently he composes his own music. It's commonly said that his messy bed-head gives off a sexy and carefree vibe, kind of like tousled hair on women. View yourself with Robert Pattinson hairstyles. We provide easy "How to style" tips as well as letting you know which hairstyles will match your face shape, hair texture and hair density.



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Robert Pattinson always looks handsome, but this hairstyle is one of his go-to styles, and we can understand why. His hair is cut longer on the top and has a clean finish to the sides of his face. This is an eye-catching hairstyle that is easy to maintain, and the top of his hair adds height, which elongates his face shape and gives the illusion that his hair is fuller than it is. He has styled his hair semi-flat on the top of his head and pulls a few strands forward which helps to frame his forehead. All you need to do is cut your hair every 4-6 weeks so that the sides stay clean and the top stays in shape. This style is best suited to those with a round, oval, oblong, square, or triangle face shape, and you can wear glasses with this look, which is an added bonus.

Robert has left a five o'clock shadow beard, which gives this hairstyle a rugged look. You will need to apply a shaving balm as an aftercare to keep your skin soft and healthy as well as help to keep your facial hair luscious.


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Rob Pattinson is the epitome of cool without a doubt. First and foremost, he's Batman. That is a pretty cool thing! His style is second to none when it comes to cool British style. It's a bit oversized, a bit undone, but it's cool to the core. You can elongate your face with short styles that add volume to the top. If you want your face to look longer than it is, then this is the style for you. Additionally, the volume makes it appear like you have more hair than you do. Someone with thinning hair can benefit from this technique. That little bit heavier of a product can be useful for a more polished or formal look like this. In order to keep the lift in place, you'll need it. Nevertheless, thick products should only be used sparingly. To keep your ends healthy and your haircut in shape, it is recommended that you cut your hair once every 4 weeks or so.


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Robert Pattinson's long and spiky 'do is clipper cut short around the back and sides, blending into the top which is jagged cut for maximum texture and height. This makes it easy to style with a little wax or moulding gum. This look is great for any occasion and will need regular trims every 4-6 weeks to maintain shape.






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This slick 'do is clipper and scissor cut close to the head maintaining a clean finish to the edges, while the top is left long enough to sweep back to create this eye-catching hairstyle. This is an easy 'do to manage with regular trims every 4-6 weeks and needs product for shine and hold.

Robert Douglas Thomas Pattinson is an English actor, model, musician and producer. Pattinson started his film career by playing Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, a 2005 fantasy film.


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This cool 'do is tapered down through the sides and back while the longer length through the top is jagged cut to create maximum height and texture making this a perfect style to balance out a round face. this hairstyle is easy to manage with regular trims and needs product to pinch through all over.


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Rob wowed crowds at the 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards with his short and simple hairdo. The back and sides are clipper cut short and close to the head blending into the top that is left slightly longer to achieve texture and for easy styling. This low-fuss hairdo is great for any occasion and needs only a small amount of product for shine.






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The back and sides of this casual hairdo are cropped short and close to the head, blending into the top length which is jagged cut to achieve a textured look and feel making it easy to style with a little product. Regular trims is needed every 4-6 weeks to maintain this style.


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This cool and collected 'do is cut short around the back and sides, then smoothed back behind the ears for a tidy finish to the edges, blending into the top layers that left long enough to be smoothed back for a fab finish. This hairstyle is easy to manage with regular trims every 4-6 weeks and needs a little wax or moulding paste for hold and shine.


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The back and sides of this look are cropped short and close to the head, blending into the top jagged cut layers which gives this style plenty of texture which is easy to style with a little wax or mouding cream. This look is perfect for those with fine to medium hair and needs regular trims to maintain style.






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The back and sides of this hairstyle has been clipper-cut to maintain a clean and tidy edge up and around the ears. The top layers are jagged cut for maximum texture which makes it easy to style and maintain. This hairdo will need regular trims to keep the shape and style.


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Jagged cut layers all over makes this hairstyle great for those wanting a messy hairstyle. The back is tapered into the neck with graduating layers to the top which is textured to create height for a shaggy finish.


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This hairstyle has funk written all over it. The sides and back are slicked down to maintain a smooth edge, while the top layers are jagged cut to achieve a textured finish.






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Robert Pattinson wowed the crowd with his weird and wacky hairdo at the world premiere of Twilight. The back layers were graduated up to medium length layers, jagged-cut through the top to achieve a textured finish. Wispy strands were cut to fall on his face and soften his look. This hairstyle is best suited to those with fine to medium hair types.

Apparently, according to Extra, "Robert Pattinson is a dirty boy." He revealed the following about his personal hygiene habits: "I don't really see the point in washing your hair. If you don't care if your hair's clean or not then why would you wash it?"

Well, Robert might not care if his hair is clean or not but I'd like to think that most of us do (and I'm sure "most of us" includes Robert's many fans). I think it goes without saying that clean hair is pretty important, not only for the health of your hair, but also for your social life. After all, who wants to hang out with someone who has gross, smelly hair? It's not actually necessary to wash your hair every day, but at least twice a week is a good routine to stick to and should be easy enough for anyone to handle (even jet-setting celebrities).

It's also surprisingly easy actually to wash your hair and only takes a few quick steps:

1. Run a comb through your hair to get out tangles and dislodge any dirt.
2. Thoroughly wet your hair with cool to warm water.
3. Foam up a small dollop of shampoo in your hands and then gently work it through the hair on the top of your head only (the rest of your hair will be cleaned by the shampoo when you rinse).
4. Rinse your hair until the water runs clear.
5. Add some conditioner to your mid-lengths and ends and comb it through before giving your hair a final rinse.

And there it is. Five simple steps. Clean, fresh smelling hair. Even if you don't care about your hair, other people do, so try these steps today - you too, Robert Pattinson!